50s, 60s, jazz and modern - music for all tastes in March

Elliott Morris
Elliott Morris

There’s plenty to do in the borough and further afield in March with music from the 50s and 60s to modern day along with a splash of jazz.

On Saturday, head down to Blackfriars Theatre for a trip back in time with Jukebox and Bobby Sox playing from 7.30pm.

Jukebox and Bobby Sox

Jukebox and Bobby Sox

It will feature the most popular music of the era and songs by artists such as Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Connie Francis, Elvis, Brenda Lee, Billy Fury, Dusty Springfield, Cliff Richard and Sandie Shaw.

Tickets £17.50. To book call 01205 363108.

Also on Saturday, at the Wheatsheaf Inn, in Hubberts Bridge, local singer Elliott Morris will return with his own original acoustic songs.

Having garnered a number of hours of playtime, Elliott has lately become one of the most-sought after young artists on the acoustic scene.

Show starts about 9pm. Entry free.

Further afield, in Grantham, Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk and Chris Barber will be combining for a Three B’s concert at The Meres on March 8.

The jazz line of Kenny Ball on trumpet, Chris Barber on trombone and Acker Bilk on clarinet will be performing a special concert presentation.

Tickets are £25 (£23 conc). To book call 01476 406158.